The Indiana course, an 18-hole marvel, was unveiled in 2001 at Desert Springs. Designed by Peter McEvoy. Taking inspiration from the renowned desert courses of Arizona and California, this course has been meticulously crafted to meet full USGA specifications. It's a splendid testament to man's ingenuity in perfect harmony with nature. Its verdant green fairways are ensconced within colossal rocky outcrops, arroyos, and dry rivers. The contrasting hues of the pristine fairways and 'desert springs' against the arid terrain of cacti, rock, and blooming deserts, all set against a stunning backdrop of towering mountain ranges, is a feast for the eyes in any season. The course is designed to provide an array of shot-making challenges to test every player's skill level, from novices to pros. With over 600,000 cacti and other desert plants growing progressively denser and more menacing, the further one's shot strays from the fairway, it culminates in the dreaded 'spiked lies.' As such, the course is both exhilarating and demanding.